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Let it Shine!
Filichia thinks that the Empire State building should glow silver or gold to celebrate the Tony Awards.
Little Women to Close on May 22 After Less Than Astonishing Run
Maureen McGovern and Sutton Fosterin Little Women(Photo © Paul Kolnik) It has just been announced that Little Women: The Musical will close at the
New Dramatists Honor George C. Wolfe at Spring Luncheon
George C. Wolfe and Tony Kushnerat the New Dramatists luncheon (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Less than 24 hours after winning an OBIE Aw
Garth Wingfield's compelling play about aviator Charles Lindbergh reveals the complexities of a fascinating historical figure.
Glitter and Be Gay
Just like the piece itself, the DVD of last year's starry New York Philharmonic concert presentation of Candide won't please everyone.
Jones, Marvel, Ruehl, Shanley, et al. Win OBIE Awards
Mercedes Ruehl in Woman Before a Glass (Photo © Carol Rosegg) Woman Before a Glass, Hedda Gabler, Engaged, and Doubt were amo
All Over the Map
Adam Rapp on Red Light Winter in Chicago. Plus: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir in Los Angeles and The Flight of the Lawnchair Man in Chester, CT.
Lypsinka's Passion Play
A look at Joan Crawford through Lypsinka's eyes. Plus: Kristin Chenoweth in The Apple Tree, The Baker's Wife at Paper Mill, and Tonylust at the Duplex.
Billy Crystal's 700 Sundays Extends to June 12; Lennon Changes Dates
Billy Crystal Billy Crystal's autobiographical solo show 700 Sundays, which is nominated for the Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event, has just been ...
Michael Ball to Star in New York City Opera's Patience
Michael Ball British musical star Michael Ball will make his New York City Opera debut this fall as Reginald Bunthorne in Gilbert & Sullivan's Patience, which